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graded potential

graded potential n.

graded potential n.

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A depolarization or hyperpolarization of a neuron that varies in amplitude according to the intensity of stimulation and that does not produce a conventional nerve impulse or action potential but is itself conducted passively along the axon as a nerve signal, declining with time and distance. Some cells with very short axons, including rods, cones, and bipolar cells, show only graded potentials and function without conventional nerve impulses, whereas others generate nerve impulses only when their graded potentials reach some threshold as a consequence of spatial summation or temporal summation. Compare action potential.

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